Place are thus not so much fixed as implicated within complex network which hosts, guests, buildings, objects, and machinery are contingently brought together to produce certain performances in certain places at certain times. Places are about relationships, about the placing of people, materials, images and the system of differences that they perform. At the same time as places are dynamic, they are also about proximities, about the bodily copresence of people who happen to be in that place at that time, doing activities together.

(Mike Pearson, Site-Specific Performance)